(PRWEB) December 14, 2013
Contemporary wedding photographer Lovepear.co.uk today launched the next generation of wedding photography in response to the evolving ways clients choose to view and share their wedding photo images.
Kent wedding photographer Lovepear has addressed the increasing trend in viewing photos on screen rather than in prints, by empowering clients to freely and easily access and share their wedding photos socially, anytime, anywhere.
Expectations of modern wedding photography often include delivery of hundreds of photos, but rarely do clients give consideration to how they will best experience their images. Lovepear photography has responded with the introduction of real viewing benefits that come as standard in their wedding photography service.
Maximising the social and fun aspects of sharing photos, the Lovepear wedding photography experience provides clients with full usage copyright for their lifetime, and dual photo sets, ensuring a physical copy and a digital cloud version with added security. Clients can conveniently and privately browse and enjoy all of their wedding photography in top quality, download to print, or immediately share any image with their family and friends across multiple devices, anywhere in the world. There is no requirement for special software to experience this service.
Couples receive the benefit of instant access to their portfolio in its entirety and can access their photos as soon as production finishes, without the need to wait for physical delivery of goods. Photos scale to fit any display, perfectly optimising the viewing pleasure for mobile phones, tablets or large TV screens and more. This initiative from Lovepear has received praise from clients who appreciate that a modern wedding photography service is not just about taking the photos, but about how they can be fully enjoyed with no additional restrictions or fees.
Den from Lovepear Photography explained, "The days of fumbling around in the back of the wardrobe for your wedding album or worrying about damaged, finger stained prints are over. The simple convenience of digital access and social features means my clients can feel more inspired to look and share their photographic memories more often and with more people. Wedding photography has to be more than just a product; it needs to be a full service. My customers already love the photography I shoot, and now they will love the experience of viewing even more.”
Upcoming brides and grooms are encouraged to explore the Lovepear wedding photography website; please visit: http://www.lovepear.co.uk.